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post #1 of 14 Old 03-12-2009, 06:40 AM Thread Starter
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919 Fender Emliminator Kit

I bought a BikeLitez fender emilinator kit with turn signals but it did not fit with my D&D pipes. Its basically brand new and still in the original, undamaged packaging. I never got the interal packages open, I could tell by holding the main bracket up to the bike it wasn't going to fit. I paid $118 for it and will sell for $100 + shipping. Paypal only please. PM me.

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post #2 of 14 Old 03-13-2009, 01:13 PM
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hows about a pic bub? thanks





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'04 919---40k----6/18/10 SOLD

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BikeLitez.com sells the complete kit for $85.


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That sucks, I guess I got took. Here is where I got mine.

http://www.1tail.com/sa/p/HONDA_CB_9...INATOR_KIT.htm

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wow reading some of those questions is like duh. look at the big picture and it answers all but maybe 2 of them.

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BikeLitez.com sells the complete kit for $85.


New price $75

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post #8 of 14 Old 03-13-2009, 08:03 PM
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Do you have to remove the rear wheel to install this??? LOL... that's great!

This is a good price and product for someone that doesn't want to make there own!

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Do you have to remove the rear wheel to install this??? LOL... that's great!

This is a good price and product for someone that doesn't want to make there own!
Nope. You have to remove the seat, the grab bar, and then the rear cowl. Once that is off you can easily drop the lower fender after cutting the stock turn signal wires. From there you just have to raise the CPU, drill a couple of holes and bolt it on. The CPU and all parts but the fender go back where the were. Took me about 30 minutes round trip and I had to put the fender back because it wouldn't work. (IMPORTANT!!! DOn't cut any wires until you know it will fit. Luckily I did not cut them!)

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Make me an offer.

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Nope. You have to remove the seat, the grab bar, and then the rear cowl. Once that is off you can easily drop the lower fender after cutting the stock turn signal wires. From there you just have to raise the CPU, drill a couple of holes and bolt it on. The CPU and all parts but the fender go back where the were. Took me about 30 minutes round trip and I had to put the fender back because it wouldn't work. (IMPORTANT!!! DOn't cut any wires until you know it will fit. Luckily I did not cut them!)
Apparently you didn't detect the sarcasm in my statement.

That was one of the questions that was asked on the sellers page.

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QUESTION: Does this product require any cutting/modification or does it bolt straight onto factory application.
ANSWER: Yes it requiures some drilling to mount
QUESTION: Will this kit work on a 07 919? Thanks Mike
ANSWER: yes
QUESTION: 1 more, do you have to remove the rear wheel to install this?
ANSWER: no

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...I had to put the fender back because it wouldn't work.
What caused it to not work?

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Make me an offer.
I'll pay shipping. I'd like to have it, but I really like the looks of the Competition Works or the DIY a little better.

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this what I did for free

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this what I did for free

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Rod's bike is like that. I just don't want to chop up the stock fender a bunch. 2 reasons. 1) I might want to sell it eventually...but I doubt it and 2)if I don't like it, I can change it back.

I am thinking of going the route where I just remove the fender, and mount a small, custom-made bracket to the undertail. Then I'll have to get a taillight integrator.

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